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Mentoring for Youth With Disabilities
(NCJ 252269) October 2018
Report, 26 page(s)
Sally Lindsay, Michelle R. Munson
 
This review examined research on mentoring for youth (ages 25 and younger) who have a disability, including physical, cognitive, learning, and developmental disabilities, and excluding psychiatric disabilities which have been discussed elsewhere. The review concludes with insights for practitioners that highlight a number of factors to consider when developing and implementing mentoring programs for youth with disabilities.
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